After suffering fuel pump problems, Richard called us for help. We solved this issue then a little engine tune up was completed. A battery charging problem was also sorted.
Further work to the Road Runner included a Billadeau built 440 Six Pack with ported heads, forged pistons and Scat rods. It produced 475hp on the dyno, with 530ft-lb of torque. The rear axle was also rebuilt. As of May 2010, Richard had run a personal best of 11.8 sec on the strip.
Bought in as a new street/strip project for the 2010 season, this 1964 Plymouth Fury was lined up for the full Billadeau treatment.
The body was stripped back ready for a panel by panel, full bare metal respray. Once the bodywork was complete, the installation of a Dana 60 followed. The motor was the next stage – a cross rammed 426 HEMI.
This Charger replaced Gene’s Challenger which was sold on in 2008. The Charger got the Billadeau treatment with a full paint job and the original 318ci motor was replaced with a 440. It was fitted with 3.73 gears and Sure Grip, converted to manual brakes and steering, and a tow bar was made and fitted too.